A recent show asks "Would You Help a Sick Stranger Get Meds?":
As more than 47 million Americans struggle without insurance and more than a third of the country not able to fill prescriptions because of the cost, ABC News wondered if anyone would come to their aid.
So, "What Would You Do?" rigged a local pharmacy in Morristown, N.J., with hidden cameras and microphones to determine if a nation divided on public health would intervene in private care to help a stranger in need.
Actors were hired to portray a very real health dilemma -- acting as customers who couldn't afford their medications...
Never mind that American taxpayers already pay for Medicaid, SCHIP, Medicare Parts-Whatever, and heaven knows what else... never mind all that! ABC is compelled to run infomercials for Reidcare!
As an aside, I thought of my own episode of "What would you do?":
Comment away with your answers.